When it comes to login screens, users expected a known pattern: two input fields for email and password, plus a login button. Splitting the login screen into multiple steps introduces issues. It messes with password managers and slows down power users who only use their keyboards to log in.
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Do not split login screens into two steps. Using an additional step for a second factor is fine, though.
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